This maths quiz is only on “Integers“. Students from any board (CBSE, IGCSE Cambridge, ICSE, State Boards) can try this quiz out. Ten Questions are given in this Quiz. Choose the best answer from the given choices. 1 point is given for each correct answer. Children studying classes from 6 to 8 can attempt it. Also, candidates preparing for competitive exams can try this quiz out.

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Difficulty Level:

Easy

Maximum Points:

10

Fill in the blank space given below:
Additive identity of integers is __________.

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Evaluate: -1+1+(-1)-(-1)-1-1-(-1)-[-{-(-1)}]

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Evaluate: -|-1|+(-1)

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A bird is flying at an altitude of 175 m from sea level and fish is swimming at a depth of 100 m from sea level. Find the vertical distance between the bird and the fish.

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Compare the following numbers and use the appropriate sign or = in the box shown below:

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Evaluate, compare and use the appropriate sign or = in the box shown below:

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Fill in the blank space given below:
Additive inverse of any integer "a" is __________.

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Fill in the right-hand side part of the equation given below as per the distributive property of multiplication over addition:
(-3)×[-2+6] = ______________________

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